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Do's and Don'ts for Men's Health

DO’s

  • Regular exercise and meditation- this leads to better health and positive hormones thus preventing many lifestyle diseases
  • Regular meals keeps weight under control and prevent onset of diabetes
  • Adequate sleep of at least seven hours is very important as healing of daily wear and tear occurs during sleep
  • Plenty of liquids to excrete toxins from body
  • Lots of fruits and fresh vegetables as these have lots of antioxidants and vitamins for keeping body healthy

 

  • High fibre diet prevents diabetes, constipation and colon cancer
  • Weight control is very important for preventing diabetes, hypertension joint problems
  • Anger control to prevent excretion of negative hormones
  • Regular health check-ups after 35 years of age is must to detect various diseases at early stage and to take preventive measures
  • Take regular breaks from work to maintain vigour and enthusiasm
  • Pursue hobbies and learn new things keeps brain health and prevents Alzheimer’s disease
  • Have sense of gratitude
  • Take help of doctor in case of any doubt and write all your questions before meeting him. Google search may give to undue apprehensions
  • Get your prostate checked after 55 years of age as prostate is the second commonest cancer in males
  • Enjoy yourself and do something for yourself everyday
  • Testicular self-examination should be done after adolescence and any abnormality should be shown to doctor
  • Clean your penis after retracting skin everyday

Recommendations for Men's Health

SAY NO TO

  • Smoking as this leads to various cancers, hypertension and erectile dysfunction
  • Binge drinking can lead to liver and pancreatic damage, diabetes, hypertension and obesity
  • Illegal Drugs are very hazardous to body and mind
  • Self-medications can lead to liver and kidney damage and antibiotic resistance
  • Sugar and cola drinks are the leading cause of obesity and diabetes
  • Excessive tea and coffee leads to increase incidence of stone formation
  • Oily food lead to obesity, hypercholestremia and cardiac problems
  • Packed, wrapped and preserved foods
  • Excess salt leads to high blood pressure and increases incidence of kidney stones
  • Unprotected sex can ruin your life with various sexually transmitted diseases and AIIDS
  • Multiple sexual partners
  • Negative thinking
  • Discuss your myths about masturbation and night time ejaculations with your doctor
  • Performance anxiety and unrealistic sexual expectations are the leading cause of erectile dysfunction